Find out what American restaurants to try in Sequim. Sequim /ˈskwɪm/ ( listen) is a city in Clallam County, Washington, United States. The 2010 census counted a population of 6,606. Sequim with the surrounding area has a population of about 28,000. Sequim is located along the Dungeness River near the base of the Olympic Mountains. The population served by the Sequim School District population was over 26,000 in 2018. The city has been increasing in population in recent years due to the influx of retirees seeking good weather and a relaxed lifestyle.
Things to do in Sequim
4 based on 137 reviews
We were in the mood for something a bit different and heard Oasis was REALLY good and inexpensive. They were right on both counts, as we each received a big bowl of chili with lots of chunks of prime rib. We added the cheese and onions for $1 each, making a filling lunch only $8.99 (comes with crackers.) There are TVs in every nook and cranny, but they weren't too loud to interfere with our ohhs and ahhs as we gushed over the food. Great service from a smiling waitress too. Can park right in front, lots of tables and booths.
4 based on 61 reviews
This is a small, order at the counter type of place. The staff is friendly and it's nice and clean. The menu isn't large, but everyone should be able to find something they like. I had the ham sandwich and it was very tasty. The focaccia bread was delicious but a little thick for the amount of meat on the sandwich so I only ate one side of the bread. I did find the menu to be a bit overpriced for the type of place and the overall quantity of food that's served. The wine is entirely too expensive for a small deli, but the beer reasonable. I would go back.
4 based on 244 reviews
Grabbed an early dinner here with my husband as we were passing through town because weâd heard good things about it. Definitely a neat place - I loved the decor and artwork. The food was especially good. Our favorite was the Dungeness crab melt. So. Good. Glad we stopped in!
4 based on 583 reviews
Everyone knows that the city of Sequim is absolutely gorgeous, no matter what time of year it is. It is the perfect place for a Black Bear Diner to thrive, and thatâs exactly what we do. Between our delicious food, homestyle menu, and hard-working staff,
My family enjoyed eating here for dinner. Fun environment, large portions and good food and desserts. My Caesar salad and strawberry milkshake were so good! Our server was very nice! Would definitely eat here again.
4 based on 400 reviews
I enjoyed 6 dollar size (they were bigger!) multi grain pancakes with their DELICIOUS homemade Buttermilk Syrup. Yum! My husband had Corned Beef hash, Hashbrowns, and eggs. The Hashbrowns were loaded with delicious peppers and onions. The only negative is my husband ordered his eggs over-medium and they were definitely over-hard. Everything else was great. It is quite pricey for breakfast though. Our bill came to $28 pre-tip. â¹ï¸
4 based on 589 reviews
Waterfront dining in at the beautiful John Wayne Marina. Local fresh seafood,special diets accommodated.Our Pelican Room is now open for expanded dining in a lounge like atmosphere. Appetizers between 3 to 4pm. Dinner served all day, if desired. Winter ho
The location is ideal overlooking John Wayne marina, a quaint and secluded little stop and mooring for mostly sailboats. Most of the staff was friendly and competent, although my server (who was good to me) struggled with remaining composed with a few other tables. The Caeser salad was underwhelming, but the Salmon with Crab special was rich and memorable. The Gin and Tonic had a generous shot... It really is worth the stop, but how a server treats everyone in the room affects the experience. I hope to come back again, but under sail next time.
4 based on 331 reviews
Nourish, located in beautiful Sequim, Washington, is an exciting garden-to-plate restaurant and so much moreâ¦ providing a gathering place for the community and visitors alike! Located on the last remaining acres of a historic 1880s pioneer farm at the bas
The ethic of this restaurant is incredible! Fresh local food which is well cooked and delicious and minimal waste! All gluten free but also caters very well for vegans and meat eaters alike. Service was lovely. A real gem and a blessing for people with multiple allergies/intolerences We do try to be sustainable as possible - we love our relationship with our egg farmer - when she delivers eggs to us, she picks up a bucket or two of food scraps from our kitchen and feeds them to her chickens...
4 based on 390 reviews
We had an excellent dinner at Blondieâs Plate. We started off with steamer clams with focaccia and then had really good beef sliders accompanied with fries and gravy. I guess the fries were similar to poutine but without the cheese curds. We skipped the gravy and asked for ketchup. The food and ambiance were just what we needed after a long dayâs drive.
4 based on 590 reviews
Thoughtfully crafted seasonal menus and daily specials featuring local, organic and sustainable ingredients from the bounty of the Olympic Peninsula. Food prepared well and served with a smile.
I live just a couple of blocks from this restaurant and if I wasn't on a fixed pension, I might never cook again. Wonderful food, creative flavors and delightful waitstaff. I don't think you can go wrong whether you are a full on carnivore or a dedicated vegan. There is something here for you.
4 based on 763 reviews
We were looking for lunch and this place had been recommended. We didnât know until we got there that on Sundayâs they only serve breakfast all day. I say only but actually the breakfast menu is vast!! Our food and service were excellent and we wouldnât hesitate to go here again.
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